Alberta 'war room' selling positive oilpatch pitches, but investors aren't buying - 2020-05-15

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F182.png Alberta 'war room' selling positive oilpatch pitches, but investors aren't buying May 15, 2020, Graham Thomson, Opinion, CBC News

The government-sponsored war room apparently failed to make an impression on Norway's $1-trillion US sovereign wealth fund that announced this week it had divested its investments in four Canadian energy companies.

The Norwegian state-owned fund has blacklisted Canadian Natural Resources, Cenovus Energy, Suncor Energy and Imperial Oil because of "acts or omissions that on an aggregate company level lead to unacceptable greenhouse gas emissions."

The reaction from Alberta was swift, loud and predictable.

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{{cite news | first = Graham | last = Thomson | title = Alberta 'war room' selling positive oilpatch pitches, but investors aren't buying | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/alberta-norway-investments-canadian-energy-centre-1.5570645 | work = Opinion | publisher = CBC News | date = May 15, 2020 | accessdate = May 16, 2020 }}